Advice and resources for heritage organisations - keep information secure and safeguard people’s privacy when working online.
Heritage organisations find themselves working increasingly online, and the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has made this more necessary than ever before. Safeguarding the privacy of people in and across the heritage sector, and keeping information secure, are particularly important as we adapt to new ways of working remotely.
This guide looks at some of the online activities carried out by UK heritage organisations, and addresses a range of issues they are likely to encounter. It includes checklists, practical advice and resources to help understand and manage online activity. Use this guide according to the needs of your organisation to help you, and the communities you support, stay safe.
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This guide is produced by Naomi Korn Associates for The National Lottery Heritage Fund. It is part of the Digital Skills for Heritage initiative, designed to raise digital skills and confidence across the whole UK heritage sector.
This work is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC BY 4.0) License. Please attribute as “Digital Skills for Heritage: Online Privacy and Security (2020) by Naomi Korn Associates for The National Lottery Heritage Fund, licensed under CC BY 40”.